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How to configure SPF, DKIM and DMARC records?

How to configure SPF, DKIM and DMARC records?

To secure your e-mail service and make sure that you won’t have issues with e-mail spoofing, you need to set SPF, DKIM and DMARC records for your domain.

  • SPF – An SPF record is enabled by default for your domain name in our DNS zone. You can modify it if needed from Site Tools > Email > Authentication. Use the Reset to default button to revert any custom changes made to the record.
  • DKIM – By default DKIM should be enabled. To disable DKIM for your domain, go to Site Tools > Email > Authentication > DKIM > Deactivate. To regenerate the DKIM record you can Deactivate and then Activate it again.
  • DMARC – this is a TXT record that practically tells the receiver to send an email to a particular e-mail address if he gets spam emails from a certain domain. The record is added from Site Tools > Domain > DNS Zone Editor, and should look like this:
    • Name – _dmarc
    • TTL – 5 minutes
    • Value – v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:email@your_domain.com

Change email@your_domain.com to your domain name and administrative email.

You can use custom SPF and DKIM values for your domains. You can add the records using the DNS Zone Editor in Site Tools.

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